Since 1968, Toronto AES has been one of the most active sections of the Audio Engineering Society in the world. We unite audio engineers and our allied arts to collect, collate, and disseminate, scientific knowledge that furthers our field.
How Many LUFS are Enough?
Ron Searles, Michael Nunan, Julie Gagnon, Francois Goupil, Bob Katz, and Gilbert Soulodre
Noise - Buzz - Hum
In Conversation with Bill Whitlock – Fran Blanche – Jim Meyer -Richard L. Hess – Rick Chinn – Warren Beck
Toronto AES Seminar 2018 - The State of the Sound
Watch the seminars and special presentations from the State of the Sound.
Toronto AES EXPO19
In Conversation with host Anthony Kuzub and AES members
Edward (Ted) Marshall has been at the forefront of classical music recording for over fifty years. He has recorded hundreds of solo artists, orchestras, bands, choral and chamber ensembles, in Canada and abroad with the CBC and his own company, Marshall Arts Productions.
We’re sad to report that long time Toronto AES member Jim Cox has passed away.
We asked ChatGPT to comment on the new AES75-2022 standard we are featuring at our February 28 meeting, and here is what it said (but remember to check out our meeting: two of the committee members who developed the standard will be on hand to give us a first-hand...
Links to the immersive audio presentations courtesy Anderson Audio NY.
Juri Nechaevski, a CBC Systems Engineer Broadcast Engineering engineer here in Toronto has sadly passed away.
Congratulations to our very own Doug McClement for receiving a 2021 AES Fellowship Award! "Given to Members who have rendered conspicuous service (to) the Society or are recognized to have made a valuable contribution to the advancement of - or dissemination of...
We welcome new members!